Tag Archive | moving

I’m back!

Yup, my parents and I have made it back home in one piece and no worse for wear. So, I’m back! I don’t know if it’s for good, but I definitely know it’s not for evil ;-). I’m not sure what my next step is yet but I just know that at least for the […]

Returning to the nest

After an interesting October in Idaho Falls, I’m happy to say that I’ll be starting November back in the greater Seattle area! While I’d left the nest for a year, I will be returning and moving back in with the parentals. I know it sounds kind of like a step backwards, but that’s alright. I’ll […]

A bittersweet anniversary

So, I’ve been in Idaho Falls for exactly one year (okay…one year and one day, but close enough). And after this one year, I will actually be leaving IF. Now, my last two posts (which can be read here and here) weren’t exactly what you’d call cheerful. So you can safely assume I’m not leaving for […]

Leaving the nest for the newsroom

So, I’ve been here in Idaho Falls for about a week and a half. Well technically I live in Ammon, the neighboring city, but Idaho Falls is literally the next street over and since I work in Idaho Falls and everything is there, for all intents and purposes, I’m just going to say Idaho Falls. I […]

My life packed away

So, it’s been forever since I’ve done a real post. Well, I don’t think this is going to be a real real post either. It’ll be mostly pictures, again. Here are the after pictures of my room once I packed:              

Packing away my life

With the upcoming move, I’ve obviously been packing up. I should be doing that right now, but I’m being lazy and procrastinating. I decided to take pictures of what my room looked like before I packed things up. I’ll post the after pictures…well…after. Enjoy!          

“Chuck Klosterman started out in North Dakota…

…and he really honed his shit there. We’re in that ‘honing our shit’ stage in our career.” -Erin Hicks, Assistant Editor at Men’s Health and Co-Creator of Awkward is Awesome She makes an excellent point. Right now as a recent graduate I’m not really in the position to be picky about where to work. It’s just like in […]